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Hypatia taught men of great influence and highest government, and was eventually stripped, stoned, torn to pieces, and burnt to ashes for her trouble.
Suidas, the 10th-century author of the first encyclopedia, devoted most of Hypatia’s entry to the debate over whether she died a virgin.
I have sustained this assertion in two articles on Hypatia, published in "Historical Sketches," 1855.The College, the Market, and the Court|Caroline H. Dall
Ah, Hypatia, if you could know what a dreary disenchanted blank you have made of my life!
He cleans and adjusts his glasses—to discover that he is face to face with Miss Hypatia Prendergast.
Hypatia won't have the chance of ragging you now—she and Miss Trotter have had a bit of a breeze.
Later—Mr. Van Boodeler has joined the party; Hypatia has contrived to detach her brother.